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Wannabe Geek

# 19138 6-Feb-2008 15:32
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Hey guys I got a nokia 6265 its got software version hl100v1200 and last night the phone turned off so I was like sweet turn it on something happened and battery was pretty empty so I removed the battery just to recet things . Thought it might just be out of battery cuz it still didnt enjoy that so charged it and it booted up sweet and asked to imput time date timezone etc and now it cant find any reception anywhere. It just stays on searching for network even when sitting next to a mate with full reception. Any help would be appreciated as this is real annoying???

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  # 108915 6-Feb-2008 15:35
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How old is the phone?/How long have you had it for?

Have you just purchased this phone?
Has it ever been in contact with water?

Have you tried calling Telecom to see if they can see the mobile trying to connect to their network?

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  # 108917 6-Feb-2008 15:41
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Hey thanks for the quick reply got the phone second hand last xmas off trademe so dont know how old it is since I have had it it hasnt been in contact with any water or anything and has been workin mint for the month and a half I have owned it untill now. Havent rung telecom yet was thinkin I would just rock up tomoro to the shop and ask them a few questions as today is a public holiday and there closed.


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  # 108918 6-Feb-2008 15:44
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Have you called to see if they are closed?
Most shops are open today... I should know I am at work Tongue out (though not at a Telecom store)

I would try calling Telecom first... that way it saves you from moving... and see if they can 'see' the mobile trying to connect.

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  # 108965 6-Feb-2008 19:59
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hey yeah did that today and the reactivated my phone and also did some resetting something at their end still to no prevail. Get home today and put the battery back in as have left it out all day and it worked for 5 mins then went back to searching for network again??? WIERD?

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